If Tombs Could Talk

I know, it sounds like a weird topic.  Tombs don’t talk—do they?  When Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, the people were praising God for the things they had saw.  The Pharisees called for Jesus to rebuke His disciples and He responded, “I tell you that if these should keep silent, the stones would immediately cry out” (Luke 19:40 NKJV).  My thinking is, “If stones cry out, I guess tombs could talk!”  Just a thought…

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Identity in Christ

Identity in the Crucifixion and the Resurrection of Jesus.

Jesus, first identified with us.  Man could not spiritually redeem himself by reformation or by following the rules.  Mankind is innately a sinner in great need of a redeemer.  The Redeemer had to come in the same form as our first-ancestor-father Adam.  God provided the only sufficient sacrifice in the Redeemer—His Only Eternal Son.

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